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Collectible Glass > Carnival Glass

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Earlier called Taffeta glass, Carnival glass was introduced early in the last century. Its producers gave it an iridescence that attempted to imitate that of some Tiffany glass. When demand for promotional “give-aways” from touring countryside carnivals (Carnies) became popular, glasshouses started to produce this type of glass at a cheaper and greater pace during America’s Depression Era. Therefore “Carnival Glass” became the household name for this type of iridescent glass.

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T-8807

Marigold Carnival Glass Flower Frog Carnival Glass Marigold 8 Hole Flower Frog. This vintage marigold iridescent carnival colored mushroom top flower frog measures 2 ¼” and has 8 holes on top. Manufacture roughness is present around the bottom holes and it has 2 small chips on the edge of top rim. Price is discounted for flaws.
 

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item T-8857: Round Robin Carnival Glass Saucer

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Round Robin Carnival Glass Saucer Economy Glass Co. Round Robin Iridescent Saucer. This is possibly the Economy Glass Company "Round Robin – Accordion Pleat" pattern circa 1927-1932. Vertical lines of fine panels ending in a plain ridge characterize this pattern. This pretty 6 inch iridescent marigold carnival piece is in very good condition with minor scratches from use and wear. There are 2 saucers available and price is for each.
Circa: 1927-1932
Size: 6"
Manufacturer: Economy Glass Company  

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Jeannette Anniversary Iridescent Candy Dish Jeannette Glass Carnival Iridescent Anniversary Open 3 Footed Candy Dish or 3 Legged Comport. This three footed marigold iridescent carnival glass candy dish or compote is in Jeannette Glass Anniversary pattern circa 1940’s and again during the 1960s and 1970s.

This pattern consists of numerous vertical ribs with open clear space at top and a beaded edge around its rim. This pretty bowl measures 6" across by 2-1/2" tall. There are two dishes available in excellent condition with no chips or nicks.
Circa: 1947-49 and late 1960s to 1970s
Size: Diameter: 6" Height: 2 1/2"
Manufacturer: Jeannette Glass  

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T-8028a

Jeanette Doric Iridescent Cloverleaf Dish Jeanette Glass Doric Iridescent Carnival Clover leaf Candy Dish. A lovely iridescent carnival like depression glass 3 section candy dish.

Dish is in the Doric pattern made by Jeanette Glass Co. and measures 7 inches by 6 inches. Dish is in EXCELLENT Condition, with just a nick or two on the outside edge.
Size: 7" x 6"
Manufacturer: Jeannette Glass  

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